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ODW 2.2

Our Digital World 2.2

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Internet The physical infrastructure that provides the ability to share resources and communicate across a network of computers. Made up of hardware such as servers, routers, switches, transmission lines, and towers, that store and transmit vast amounts of data. 
web (World Wide Web or WWW) A system that contains the body of content available as web pages that are stored on Internet servers.
web page A single document on the web, which may contain text, images, interactive animations, games, music, and more. Several related web pages make up a website. 
website A collection of related web pages.
Web 2.0 An evolution of the web, considered its second phase, associated with users not only reading content, but interacting by writing content. Provides users with a means to collaborate—share, exchange ideas, and add or edit content.
Web 3.0 The next (third) phase in online usage, also called the Semantic Web, which will make it possible for websites to “understand” the relationships between elements of web content.
Semantic Web The next (third) phase in online usage, also called Web 3.0, which will make it possible for websites to “understand” the relationships between elements of web content.
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